Debra Shute is the Senior Physicians Editor for HealthLeaders Media.
The Trend That Disrupted Healthcare Consumerism a Decade Ago Continues to Evolve.
The trend that disrupted healthcare consumerism a decade ago continues to evolve.
Six in 10 patients with a primary care provider feel cared about by their doctor, but the same proportion would go to an urgent care center to avoid hassles at the PCP office.
A multitude of trends make hospitals the predominant choice for oncology patients, researchers say.
Physician executive panelists at ATLAS 2017 discussed what does and doesn't work when it comes to guiding clinicians through change.
Providers must fully transition to using beneficiaries’ new numbers by January 1, 2020, but there are several steps to take in the meantime.
New England and the Great Lakes regions hold strong in health insurer customer satisfaction, prevention, and treatment.
Physicians should focus on providing more compassionate, comprehensive end-of-life care, ACP president says.
An expert weighs in on how organizations can make the business case to address systemic problems that contribute to physician fatigue.
MGMA, AMGA, and ACP comments urge reduction of administrative burden for providers treating Medicare beneficiaries in 2018.